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The best hotels in Twickenham

This west London enclave isn't just home to rugby, and with a stay at one of the best hotels in Twickenham you'll soon see why

By Time Out editors
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Stay in one of the best hotels in Twickenham for easy access to matches at Twickenham Stadium – walking from your hotel is the least stressful way to get to big games. It’s an easy trip to Hampton Court Palace and the shopping delights of Richmond, too. Twickenham itself is lovely: there are green spaces galore, riverside walks and semi-secret Eel Pie island to explore; plus there are lots of pubs. Die-hard rugby fans will want to assemble at the Barmy Arms on the towpath; quieter drinking options include the historic White Swan with its tide-dependent beer garden. Interest piqued? Check out our list of the best hotels in Twickenham below.

The best hotels in Twickenham

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London Syon Park, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Hotels Brentford

A modern branch of the Hilton empire on the edge of historic Syon Park estate, with 137 bedrooms, a spa and a swimming pool. Parking is free, as is Wi-Fi (in public areas only). Rooms have marble bathrooms (complete with TVs), a robe and slippers, a mini bar and so on. The restaurant offering is a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill; there’s also a bar that serves food.

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Premier Inn London Richmond

Hotels Mortlake and Sheen

The decor here is a little heavy on the Premier Inn purple, but that’s a small consideration set against the chain’s bargain rates. There’s a bar and restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and on-site parking (for a fee). The accommodation choice includes family and accessible rooms; all come with Hypnos beds, desk space and tea- and coffee-making facilities. The nearest station is North Sheen.

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The Red Cow

Restaurants British Richmond

An upmarket, rugby-loving Young’s pub with rooms, close to Richmond Station. Simply decorated, no-frills bedrooms are en suite (showers only, no bathtubs), have free Wi-Fi and come in double, twin and family configurations. An equally versatile menu includes Sunday lunches and pizza on Friday and Saturday nights.

Alexander Pope

The 32 smartly decorated rooms at this modern riverside pub have all the usual amenities (AC, HD TV, digital radio) and are spacious enough to include a desk and a fridge. Parking and Wi-Fi are free. Book a balcony room if you can – they have lovely views of the Thames. Drinks options run from beer to cocktails, and a flexible menu includes breakfast, sandwiches and Sunday lunch.

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London Marriott Hotel Twickenham

You can’t get closer to the action than this branch of the Marriott – it’s located inside Twickenham Stadium. Some of the suites have grandstand views of the ground; all rooms come with TVs and coffee-makers, and smart but bland furnishings. There’s a restaurant and a sports bar, plus guests get a free pass to the adjacent VirginActive health club and swimming pool.

Premier Inn London Twickenham Stadium Hotel

The name is slightly misleading, as the hotel is a 20-minute walk from the Stadium and central Twickenham – but for clean, cheap, safe rooms at a bargain price, it fits the bill. This Premier Inn has a restaurant, free parking and Wi-Fi, and plenty of family and accessible rooms. All bedrooms have TVs, desk space and tea- and coffee-making facilities; en suite bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Breakfast (continental or cooked) is extra.

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London Twickenham Travelodge

This branch of the budget chain is right next to Twickenham rail station, and offers various deals with or without breakfast and Wi-Fi. Simple, neat rooms have en suite showers with complimentary toiletries, desk space, and tea- and coffee-making equipment; beds are king size. There’s a restaurant and bar too.

Bingham

Hotels Boutique hotels Richmond

If you need to be in Twickenham but want to stay somewhere romantic, the Bingham in next-door Richmond fits the bill. It’s an intimate Georgian townhouse hotel overlooking the river, with a restaurant (pre-match rugby lunches a speciality) and a beautiful garden. The 15 bedrooms are elegantly decorated and equipped with free Wi-Fi, iPod players and digital radios. An unstuffy treat.

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Petersham Hotel

Across the Thames from Twickenham, this 58-room Victorian hotel has an almost rural setting on Richmond Hill. Classic English decor is complemented by the usual 4-star hotel extras: mineral water, hair-dryer, desk space, free Wi-Fi and so on. Some bedrooms look out over woodland, and some have river views – as does the smart restaurant (where afternoon tea is served). A limited number of free parking spaces are available.

Richmond Hill Hotel

Hotels Richmond

Old and new are attractively blended at this central Richmond hotel. Choose between striking modern rooms with large picture windows and pared-down styling or more traditional rooms with floral curtains and tartan upholstery. All have free Wi-Fi, AC and Sky TV channels. There’s a restaurant and a bar, and guests have complimentary access to the adjacent Cedars Health & Leisure Club.

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